Monthly Archives: November 2022

Wet roads to blame for fatal Dallas crash

The Dallas Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred early this morning on southbound Loop 12 at I30.

At around 6:10am, Dallas Fire Rescue and Police responded to the scene for a single vehicle crash.

Police say a vehicle was southbound on Loop 12 when the driver hydroplaned on the wet road and collided with a bridge support pillar. The driver was pronounced deceased at the scene by paramedics.

The crash remains under investigation.

One person shot at house near Azle

The Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a shooting that occurred this morning at a house near Azle.

At around 7:30am, multiple emergency responders from Tarrant County and Azle FD/EMS responded to a shooting at a house in the 11200 block of Liberty School Road.

Reports indicate an argument between three people turned into a shooting and assault. One person was shot and a second was assaulted. Both victims were transported to a hospital with injuries.

There is no word on if the suspect is in custody.

Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.

Argument over cell phone leads to shooting death of man in Lewisville

The Lewisville Police Department responded to a shooting at a home in the 900 block of Ashwood Drive at around 10:15pm Tuesday night.

When officers arrived, they located a man shot in the head. Paramedics quickly transported him to Medical City Lewisville where he was pronounced deceased. He has been identified as a 23-year-old man.

Investigators say the victim and the suspect were arguing over a cell phone when the 20-year-old suspect pulled out a gun and shot the victim. Police arrested the suspect when they arrived at the scene.

The suspect has been charged with Murder. He is currently in jail on a $100,000 bond.

Man arrested for causing Carrollton crash that killed mother, injured five kids

The Carrollton Police Department has announced an arrest from the October crash that killed a mother and injured several of her children.

The crash occurred back on October 24th at the intersection of Marsh Lane and Dove Creek in Carrollton. Emergency responders were called to the scene of the crash and located two vehicles with significant damage.

Officials determined a driver was traveling at high speeds on Marsh Lane when they struck an SUV occupied by multiple people. A 43-year-old woman in the SUV was pronounced deceased at the scene. Five of her eight children inside the vehicle were also injured.

The driver at fault ran away on foot immediately after the crash. The Carrollton Police Department worked with the U.S. Marshal’s Service Joint East Texas Fugitive Task Force and determined the suspect was hiding in an apartment in Lewisville. Detectives took him into custody Monday at the Lewisville apartment complex after a short foot chase.

The suspect, identified as 19-year-old Brayan De La Rosa, has been charged with a total of 12 felonies: Manslaughter (1), Accident Involving Death (1), Accident Involving Serious Bodily Injury (1), Accident Involving Injury (4), Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon (5). He has been transferred to the Dallas County Jail.

Woman fatally stabbed during child custody argument in Fort Worth

The Fort Worth Police Department is investigating a homicide that occurred this afternoon at an apartment complex on the east side of town.

At around 1:05pm this afternoon, Fort Worth officers were dispatched to a stabbing at 7040 John T. White Road. Officers arrived to find two stabbing victims in the parking lot of the apartment complex.

Authorities say a man and a woman were having an argument over a child custody matter when the man pulled out a knife and stabbed the woman. He also stabbed another individual in the process.

The adult female victim was pronounced deceased at the scene.

Fort Worth police arrested the 33-year-old suspect at the scene. He has been charged with Murder and Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon.

Drunk driver runs red light, kills pedestrian at Arlington intersection

The Arlington Police Department has arrested a 22-year-old driver and charged him with Intoxication Manslaughter and Intoxication Assault after a crash on Sunday.

At 10:17pm on Sunday evening, Arlington Fire/EMS and Police responded to the intersection of E. Park Row Drive and Susan Drive for a major accident involving two pedestrians. Emergency responders arrived to find two women laying in the roadway. Paramedics transported both women to a local hospital where one was pronounced deceased. She has been identified as a 67-year-old female.

Investigators determined a driver ran a red light while traveling westbound on Park Row and struck the two women as they walked across the street in the crosswalk. The driver did not stop to render aid.

Police located a license plate at the scene. They ran the tag which came back to a residence on Cloverdale Street, not too far from the accident scene. Officers went to the residence and located a vehicle with heavy front-end damage. They made contact with a resident who was determined to be the driver at the time of the collision. He failed multiple tests for sobriety and was subsequently arrested.

Investigators believe speed and alcohol were factors in the crash.

16-year-old motorcyclist killed in Richardson crash

The Richardson Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred Monday afternoon at the intersection of W. Campbell Road and Nantucket Drive.

At around 12:55pm, Richardson Fire/EMS and Police responded to the scene of a crash involving a motorcycle and a sedan.

Officials say a vehicle was traveling westbound on Campbell Road and attempted to make a left turn onto Nantucket when the eastbound motorcyclist collided with the vehicle. The motorcycle operator, a 16-year-old male, was ejected from the bike.

Paramedics transported him to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

The crash remains under investigation.

Homeless man dies in fire at vacant Dallas building

The Dallas Fire Rescue is investigating a fatality fire that occurred this afternoon at 2312 Al Lipscomb Way near I-45.

At 3:57pm, Dallas firefighters responded to reports of a fire at the three-story building, formerly an art gallery and office area. They found heavy fire showing from the building.

As firefighters were extinguishing the flames, they encountered an injured homeless man. He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

The fire was declared under control around 5:00pm.

Investigators know the fire originated in a room, on the second floor, in the back of the building, but the exact cause is under investigation. Pending the Medical Examiner’s final ruling on the victim’s cause of death, the cause of this fire will be listed as undetermined.

Intoxicated driver causes fatal crash in Johnson County

The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating a fatality accident that occurred overnight along Interstate 35W in Johnson County.

At around 1:50am, a 75-year-old man driving an SUV at a high rate of speed rear-ended a pickup truck also traveling southbound on the highway. The impact caused the pickup truck to roll over and hit a bridge support pillar at the FM 2258 intersection.

Grandview firefighters, Johnson County paramedics, and multiple law enforcement officers all responded to the scene. The driver of the pickup truck, a 35-year-old man from Cleburne, was deceased at the scene. His passenger, a 28-year-old woman, was airlifted to JPS in stable condition.

The SUV driver was determined to be intoxicated. Troopers arrested him at the scene and have since booked him into the Johnson County jail. He has been charged with one count of Intoxication Manslaughter and one count of Intoxication Assault.

Lanes of southbound I35W were closed for hours this morning while DPS Troopers investigated the scene.

This is an ongoing investigation.

Mother and child killed in crash near Alvarado

The Alvarado Police Department is investigating a fatality accident that occurred this afternoon on Highway 67 near County Road 810 a few miles west of Alvarado.

Alvarado FD and PD along with Johnson County EMS (AMR) responded to the collision between 2pm and 3pm this afternoon. Early reports indicate a passenger vehicle was struck by an 18-wheeler. A second 18-wheeler was also involved in the crash.

The Keene Independent School District has confirmed a first grader at Keene Elementary School was one of the victims. The young girl’s mother was also killed in the crash.

Keene ISD issued a statement which reads in part: “During this time, as the school community processes this news and copes with grief, the school district will offer counseling support services to all of our students, staff and parents who may be struggling with ways to explain this situation to their child. Counselors and local clergy will be on hand at Keene Elementary for students and staff who need support tomorrow. If you would like to speak with a counselor, please call (817) 774-5323.”

Alvarado PD is the investigating agency. They have not released any information regarding the crash as of 6:15pm. We will update this story when information is released.

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